Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another fun paranormal romantic comedy in Carrie Pulkinen’s ‘New Orleans Nocturnes’ series “Ride along on a journey from the Big Easy to hell and back again in this fast, steamy paranormal romantic comedy!” states the blurb, and I was not disappointed as that is exactly what I got.
Crimson Oliver is a bad witch, as in she can’t actually cast spells that work and following her latest spell that went awry the high priestess has threatened to bind Crimson’s powers and turn her human for good. Crimson challenges the high priestess to a magic battle which without a miracle she has no chance of winning. Demon Mike Cortez, who happens to be handsome and sexy is also a devil’s advocate who can make miracles happen, for a price of course. Luckily or unluckily for Crimson, Mike has had his eye on her for a while and he would like to date the seductive and sassy witch. Unfortunately Mike accidentally makes a deal which would condemn Crimson to a life of satanic servitude to Satan himself. The couple embark on an adventure to hell itself and back to outsmart the devil and save Crimson’s soul.
I enjoyed this fairly quick read which was packed full of romance, excitement, adventure, laugh out loud moments, plenty of sass from our heroine Crimson, and some steamy chemistry between her and Mike. I’ve enjoyed all three books in Pulkinen’s ‘New Orleans Nocturnes’ series and although there is some crossover of characters each one can be read as a standalone story.

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